Visit Lydia's House, a non-profit that works to end domestic violence by being a place of healing for victims of abuse.
Students will travel downtown and discuss the history of the Gateway Arch, Citygarden, and Serra Sculpture Park
Go on a walking tour through the Central West End with the founder of the St. Louis LGBT History Project. We will discuss spots of LGBTQ significance, including the first church in the City to accept LGBTQ members and a trans-owned bookstore.
Visit Magdalene St. Louis, a housing program for survivors of sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.
We will ride through a variety of St. Louis neighborhoods and parks, which will lead us to the Tower Grove Park Farmers' Market.
Take a tour of Barnes Jewish Hospital and see the journey patients go through in order to get a transplant.
On this excursion, you will learn about the policies that influenced the city, the challenges it faces, as well as its successes.
Visit MindsEye, a radio station connecting visually impaired people to the news and entertainment they need to lead full lives.
Join members of GlobeMed, a student run non-profit to explore the opioid epidemic we face here in St. Louis.
Students will learn how spaces are redesigned to facilitate community engagement and empower residents.